“Genesis And Transformation Of The Public Catering System In Uzbekistan During The Soviet Period”

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Bunyod Uralovich Nasirov, Mokhichekhra Jamshid kizi Boltaeva


The article describes the role of the public catering system in the daily life of the population in Uzbekistan, the preserved traditions and values in this area, also, the activities of the public catering system and its problems and needs of the population in 1920 and 1980.

          When Soviet power was established, it started to influence not only the political dependence of the country but also its economic, cultural domestic way of life. Therefore, the leadership of the Communist Party paid attention to the level of state policy to the spread of the "socialist" way of life among the population through such a system that quickly affects the population. Emphasis was placed on the promotion of traditions that contradict our national values in public service, catering, and other similar services.

        During the years of Soviet rule, new directions of the public catering system were formed. The management system has also changed, which based on the management of the public catering system, it was possible to provide services to the population and financial income. It should be noted that until the 1940s, the public catering system was managed by several higher authorities. This, in turn, means that the quality, price, and conditions of service in public catering establishments within different offices also vary.

         In the republic in the 60-the 70s of the XX century, a number of measures were taken to develop the public catering system. New facilities have been put into operation locally, and attention has been paid to strengthening the material and technical base. However, the scale of work carried out in the industry during these years could not meet the increasing demands of the population at that time. The sanitary condition of canteens in a number of educational institutions did not meet the requirements, a sufficient number of seats were not provided, and the necessary conditions for their functioning were not created.

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